AFTER COVID-19, WHAT’S NEXT?

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AFTER COVID-19,

WHAT’S NEXT?

💭Life can be stressful and challenging at the best of times. The coronavirus has turned our lives upside down and it’s okay to grieve. We have lost many things: the ability to see friends and loved ones, to engage in most forms of social connection and our sense of security. We are missing out on graduations, concerts, weddings, vacations, working days, our daily routines, and all of the things that we had planned. Many people are grieving; you are not alone. Our lives have changed dramatically in ways that we could never have imagined. We are living in a time of uncertainty

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💪Resilience is defined as one’s ability to recover and to adapt to life’s challenging, stressful situations, and traumatic events. Resilience gives you emotional strength; it’s the ability to bounce back. Individuals who lack resilience often feel helpless and turn to maladaptive coping skills such as self-medicating and substance Abuse.

💪Becoming more resilient empowers you to adapt, and to accept difficult situations and to move forward. It allows you to navigate life more easily in difficult times. It involves the implementation of positive thoughts, behaviors, and actions, letting go of that which you can’t control.
👉We can’t control what is happening right now, but we can control our reactions to it.

💪Becoming resilient involves practicing a positive lifestyle: getting adequate sleep, making an effort to have a healthy diet, and exercise regularly. Set some realistic goals and work towards them daily.
👉Accept the fact that change is a part of life and that there are some things that you cannot change.
👉Accept the fact that change is a part of life and that there are some things that you cannot change.

#BUILDINGRESILIENCE

#YOUARENOTALONE

#MENTALHEALTHAWARENESS

#AFTERMATHOFCOVID-19

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